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  • FCCLA Members Volunteer at Convoy of HopeConvoy

    BHS Family, Career, Community Leaders of America members volunteered at Convoy of Hope Tuesday, February 14th where they sorted boxes of TOMS shoes.

     

     

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  • FCCLA FCCLA Members Earn Gold Star
    FCCLA officers Kaitlyn Bruce and Tahlia Kovalsky, both sophomores at Branson High School, participated in Region 10 Family, Career, Community Leaders of America competitive events on Friday, January 20th.  They entered the Chapter in Review event in which they compiled a FCCLA chapter portfolio that included membership campaign, meetings, leadership and community service.  They presented a 10 minute oral presentation of their portfolio to three judges.  Kaitlyn and Tahlia earned a Gold Star and will represent Branson High School at FCCLA State Leadership conference in March. 
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  • Canvas Login Help for Parents

    Click this link to watch a short video with instructions on how to log on to Canvas as a parent. 

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  • Personal Finance Personal Finance students participate in StEP Program

    Branson High School Personal Finance students participate in the Student Empowerment Program (StEP) through a partnership with UMKC Center for Economic Education. StEP is a K-12 program where students earn school currency for positive behaviors such as showing academic achievement, attendance, behaving well and more. The UMKC Center for Economic Education has provided an on-site school store where students have the opportunity to purchase items of their choice. If students choose to save their money, they may earn interest or donate to a charity of the class’s choice. StEP students are able to earn bonus dollars for outstanding performance. Personal Finance students are learning valuable money management skills to apply in the future.

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  • Pirates Cove
    Branson Education Foundation Grant Recipient 
    Congratulations to Marla Sheil and The Pirates Cove school store for being awarded $1,500 from the Branson Education Foundation!  The grant will be used to purchase items that students need. 
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  •  Grant Pirates Cove Receives Grant

    The Pirates Cove, on behalf of Cents of Pride, received a grant of $1,500 from The Slusher Foundation to help fund the start-up of the store.  The store has also received funding from Our Lady Cares, an outreach effort of Our Lady of the Lake Catholic Church.

    There are many ways for you to get involved with this project.  Contact Marla Sheil at sheilm@bransonk12.mo.us if you have questions or would like further information.

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  • Pirate Cove
    Pirates Cove - Opens at BHS

    Pirates Cove  a school store filled with donated items for students to purchase with “bucks” they’ve earned through positive behavior and good choices in the areas of Attendance, Grades, and Conduct.  Students earn things they want and need while learning valuable life skills to improve the likelihood of success throughout their lives.  

    There are many ways for you to get involved with this project.  Contact Marla Sheil at sheilm@bransonk12.mo.us if you have questions or would like further information.

     
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  • Walk for Diabetes
    AFJROTC Raises Money for Diabetes 
    AFJROTC teamed up to "Walk to Stop Diabetes".  Through their fundraising efforts AFJROTC raised $3,725.  AFJROTC  presented the money to the American Diabetes Association. AFJROTC has raised over $18,000 for the American Diabetes Association since 2002.
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  • Order Your Yearbook

     Order Your Yearbook Today! 
     Order your 2017 yearbook today!
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  • Chrome Books Chrome Books 

    Students at the high school are utilizing chrome books to take tests, research information, and complete assignments.
     

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